July 18, 2017

Delivering a digital strategy for Parliament - Interview with Rosie Hatton

The UK Parliament is one of the oldest organisations in the world. So how do you deliver a strategy to a body that has over 700 years of content? Cherryleaf's Ellis Pratt interviewed Rosie Hatton, Strategy Digital Lead at the Parliamentary Digital Service, to find out. 

 

Topics covered:

  1. What is Parliament? 1'56"
  2. The content Parliament creates. 3'38"
  3. What is the PDS? 5'08"
  4. The I AM PARLIAMENT programme. 9'00"
  5. The PDS's digital strategy framework, its assumptions and principles. 10'18"
  6. Having an open and agile digital culture in a traditional organisation. 13'08
  7. Working in a continuous interative process. 20'45"
  8. Sharing ideas with the Government Digital Service. 25'24"
  9. Where does the PDS's content strategy fit within its digital strategy? 28'22"
  10. Tracking the impact of changes to laws on other laws. 37'01"
  11. The similarities between PDS and Open Source software projects. 41'55"
  12. Crowdsourcing a digital strategy. 43'30"
  13. Benefits management. 44'00"
  14. How to manage and sell change. 47'50"

Links:

www.cherryleaf.com/blog

Parliamentary Digital Service blog

http://www.parliamentlive.tv/Commons

https://pds.blog.parliament.uk/strategy-in-action/

http://www.parliament.uk/mps-lords-and-offices/offices/bicameral/parliamentary-digital-service/digital-strategy-for-parliament/

http://www.data.parliament.uk/

https://khub.net/ (knowledge hub)

 

People:

https://twitter.com/rosiehatton

https://twitter.com/ellispratt

https://twitter.com/DigiBungalow

https://twitter.com/mattstutely

https://twitter.com/digiminster

https://twitter.com/_allenemma

https://twitter.com/Rob_Greig

 

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